UC Library Search: Transforming inter-library lending
Over the past several years, UC librarians and staff have been working diligently to advance the university’s ability to share its immense library holdings — it is the largest university library system in the world — across its 10 campus libraries, two regional library facilities and the California Digital Library (CDL).
On July 28, they launched UC Library Search, an innovative platform that aggregates search results from more than 40 million physical volumes across all campuses and seamlessly connects users with digitally available journals, books and library databases. In an introductory letter, President Drake called the creation of UC Library Search a “transformational moment.”
Congratulations on this huge accomplishment! I’m a bit confused as a UCOP user of UC-eLinks where I would go to access “Get it at UC.” Thanks for any pointers you can provide!